Posted on: May 18th, 2010 by Charles Pruett
No yoga practitionerâ€™s collection of yoga supplies would be complete without at least one size of varied size yoga blocks.Â Yoga blocks typically come in about 4 different materials: foam, cork, natural bamboo, and wood. Â Yoga blocks will assist you in extending your poses for proper posture.Â You can use them one at a time, or if necessary, stack themâ€”whatever your degree of flexibility calls for.
Foam yoga blocks are ultra lightweight, are very stable, and quite affordable.Â In fact, itâ€™s probably best if you have a few of them in your quiver.Â Why not give them as birthday or holiday gifts to friends and companions to keep in their yoga mat bags, along with other, sundry, yoga meditation items.
Posted on: May 15th, 2010 by Charles Pruett
Whether youâ€™re just beginning to practice yoga or are a long-time practitioner, you could benefit from the information provided in yoga DVDâ€™s.Â Not everyone has the time or means to pay for a personal yogi or even to take beginning yoga at the community college; thatâ€™s what yoga DVDâ€™s and other instructional materials are forâ€”to allow your personal progress to move forward!
So what yoga supplies will you need to get busy? There are a few, basic categories: yoga mats, props, and meditation cushionsâ€”yoga mats for working out on hard floors, props include resistance straps, bolsters, blocks, blankets, and yoga paws.Â Yoga mat bags are perfect for stuffing it all in when you need to take it all and go!